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· April, 2007

Stories about Media & Journalism from April, 2007

Afghanistan: Fourth Estate in the Balance

Russia: Pieces by Illarionov and Gevorkyan

Russia: Media Freedom

Trinidad & Tobago: Political Satire

African Journalists on Franco-African Relations

China: Spiderman in Beijing Street?

Japan: Abe apologizes to US media, not Asian people

Iran:Government puts economic pressure on Iranian journals

Russia: Media Freedom

Blogs and the Nigerian Elections: Will We Stop Talking About Our Cats And Shoes For One Day?

Nigeria has one of the most vibrant and dynamic blogospheres in Africa. It is no wonder that the Nigerian state and presidential elections were heavily blogged by Nigerians at home...

Second Life Brings Its Second Life to Brazil

The much heralded launching of the first Second Life national community happened this Monday, April 23, and Brazilians are getting ready to their outposts in a custom tropicalized virtual environment....

Guyana: Society Producing Murderers?

Barbados: Media Responsibility

Qatar: The 3rd AlJazeera International Documentary Film Festival

Poland: A View on VT Tragedy

Colombian blogosthing reacts to the new concept of BlogTV

The Medellín blogosphere experienced a communal "what the ?" about 3 weeks ago, when we discovered that a new TV show about blogging would premiere. Blogger reaction was mixed to...

Ukraine: Yulia Tymoshenko's Article

Russia: More Reactions to Yeltsin's Death

What was the effect of Boris Yeltsin's policies on the people of Germany, Poland and the Baltic states, as well as on the "Russian Bride industry"? While yesterday's post reflected...

Angry Arab: Conspiring Against Al Jazeera

South Africa: South African blogosphere exploiding into life

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